A Woolly Mammoth Journey journeys
back in time to follow a pack of woolly
mammoths across rivers, plains, and
glacial ridges on their annual migration
to familiar feeding grounds. Along the way, a new calf is
born and learns to walk, use her trunk to get food, and
play with other young mammoths in the herd. As the
seasons pass, the mammoths prepare for the long winter
and try to protect each other from predators and the
changing climate. Packed with information and featuring
vibrant full-color illustrations, A Woolly Mammoth
Journey brings the far-distant past—and its long-lost
A classic once again in print, A Woolly Mammoth
Journey is perfect for second- and third-graders and a
great read-aloud for younger children.
There is danger, drama, and joy as
the birth of a new calf, encounters with predators and
nomadic hunters, and the rigors of annual migration.
Acrylic paintings capture the essence of the enormous
“walking haystacks” and the harsh terrain in which
they lived . . . . Vivid writing and equally impressive
illustrations make this an excellent science title for
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